Quilt for the joy of it! Popular quilt-designing sisters Barbara and Teri have collaborated again to create an outstanding collection of projects that express their love of quilting. In a beautiful blend of both traditional and trendy fabrics and colors, these projects are full of joyful possibilities.
- Choose from 14 projects using piecing and fusible appliqué
- With a focus on favorite people and favorite things--family, gardening, friendships, holidays, home, and cooking--there's something for every quilter
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Here you will find everything you could wish for spring: easy and cheerful projects, bright colours. This very pretty book includes 14 original and fresh projects.
From Quilter's Home magazine
Just because I liked a lot of the fresh designs in this book doesn't mean they're difficult or over-the-top time-consuming to make. Frankly, the designs aren't even all that unique, but they're colorful and appealing, and that alone sold me. Some of my faves are food-related (no surprise here), like the pear quilt and orange baskets, but I also love the cheery bird pillow, the cover daisy quilt, the flower baskets, the circles (at least the technique), and even the ultra-simple beach blanket. Should you buy it? Yup. Because of their ease and simplicity, these are perfect gift quilts. Yet, more accomplished quilters and applique queens will find something sweet and a bit challenging, too. Okay, so it's not a replacement for a date with Daniel Craig, but we can dream.
Teri Christopherson was five years old when her mother sat her at the sewing machine and began what was to become a lifelong passion. She taught herself to quilt while in college, and a few years later she founded her company, Black Mountain Quilts, and began publishing her original designs. She has published numerous books and quilt patterns, and her original designs have been featured in American Patchwork and Quilting magazine.Visit Teri's website
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Barbara Brandeburg has a vivid memory of her first trip to the fabric store with her mother as a young girl. Her heart raced and a passion for fabric and color was born. She has been designing and playing with both in one form or another ever since. In 1994 she launched Cabbage Rose, her pattern company. Barbara has published numerous patterns and books, and she also designs fabric.Visit Barbara's website
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